Shadow Saturday

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Why was this mans private jet at the same airports as Trumps across the country before the election?

A study prepared exclusively for DCReport.org by James S. Henry reveals deep financial ties between Donald Trump’s nominee for Commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross, and three Russian oligarchs, whose lives and fortunes depend on staying in the good graces of Vladimir Putin.

These connections raise many new questions about Trump’s reliance on the Putin regime, which all 17 U.S. intelligence agencies say interfered in the presidential election on Trump’s behalf, but which Trump disputes.

These relationships between nominee Ross and the oligarchs involve ownership and management of a European bank with a reputation for laundering Russian money and making bad loans.

The study also compared flight records of Trump’s campaign plane and a plane used by one of the oligarchs. During the campaign, the two planes often were at the same airports at the same time.

Henry, DCReport.org’s senior editor for economics investigations, gathered the information and connected the dots.

@ DCREPORT.org

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15 Responses to Shadow Saturday

  1. Den says:

    Rich boy is into the Russians so deep if he does them wrong he might end up on a slab with the rest of the ‘diplomats’ that died mysteriously. Then we would be stuck with useless born-again boy and the rest of the fungus infested fetid fuckheads.

    I propose an election re-do with new candidates immediately, but no one ever listens to me anyway.

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  2. David B. Benson says:

    New snow already half melted.

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  3. David B. Benson says:

    TNYT is depressing reading today.

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  4. Den says:

    TNYT = Terrible News You’ll Throwup

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  5. David B. Benson says:

    At the Hillside Cafe after an afternoon contemporary art music concert. This concert was for solo instruments; well, the tenor had piano accompaniment while the rousing piano piece was for 4 hands. That last was lasting and the best. However, Alice played an oboe piece by Tim Chatwood, known in the Reno, NV, area as a percussionist.

    Chatted with Keadrin again. Kirill was there with a girlfriend. Said hello to Alice afterwards. Most interesting was Gerry Geoff, who rarely comes to WSU music events but knows the composer of the song Brian Carter sung.

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    • David B. Benson says:

      Home from the last contemporary art music concert for this year. The four compositions were more conventional. The most interesting was the timpani solo on 5 drums.

      Keadrin came in carrying her open toe high heeled shoes. It was snowing hard out and she had walked in those down from the library. So I held her toes for awhile, she sitting and me standing. She eventually tucked her feet under her, with her winter coat around her feet and legs. After the concert she called her roommate to come in her vehicle to give Keadrin a ride home.

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  6. jimhitchcock says:

    Do you know how it’s the little things?

    Last night I was wheeling my cart at Save Mart a foot or so behind an older gentleman with an item in each hand who walks past an open checker to get in line behind two other shoppers at another checkout.

    I say something along the lines of ’there’s an open checker right there’.

    So he moves over there, checks out in a few seconds, and turns to me and says ‘thank you, young man’.

    Made my day.

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  7. Carol ٩(͡๏̯͡๏)۶ says:

    Lots of sun, but still cold.

    Detroit Free Press and LSJ still won’t load.

    Just washed the dye off my head. Last night I cut my hair, tomorrow I’ll look decent. Jill is taking me for Margaritas tomorrow at noon! WOO HOO! It’s been awhile. Mmm, Margarita AND I get to eat out!

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  8. Den says:

    Your Congresscritter?

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